Encouraging men to become what God intends them to be
Being a man is hard, especially in a culture that emasculates and discourages men so often and values surface level accomplishment and image over having character and honor. God intended for us to be strong, courageous men of God – warriors for Christ. God doesn't want us to be passive, He doesn't want us to hide or change the passions and strengths He's given us as men; He wants us to stand up for what's right, to lead our families and be examples to those around us. We want to encourage you and provide resources to become confident men of God.
Biltmore Men- Men's Bible Studies
Formerly known as Man to Man, this stimulating weekly gathering for men is re-launching with a new name, new format, and new focus. Come join us each Wednesday as we hear a 15-20 minute devotional and then discussion time around the tables.. Coffee and light refreshments will also be provided (either donuts, bagels, or sausage/biscuits). This is a great environment to help you become the man God wants you to be, and connect with other men who desire to grow spiritually.
August 26-October 28
7-8 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall
Manhood will always be in crisis until Jesus returns. But in Christ, men can be restored with ever increasing glory into the undefiled image of God. This six-session study by Eric Mason leads men on a journey through masculinity, with Bible-study sessions on the problems men face, God's solutions, and the restorations of worldview, sexuality, vision, and family. This extraordinary study is very practical and shows men how to walk in gospel-centered manhood. Book Cost $10 (the Bookstore)
Our culture has redefined manhood by emasculating men through a repositioning of the role. When a man functions within the principles of Biblical manhood, those around him benefit from his leadership and care. This 6-session study for men by Dr. Tony Evans is designed to empower men to exercise the God-given dominion they were created for by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities, along with practical steps on how to become a man who leads well. Book Cost $10 (the Bookstore)